accessible ways to view this site
Like all the sites we design, this one is designed within the standard guidelines for accessibility and also to be accessibile to the widest possible audience.
Text-based, text-to-audio and text-to-braille browsers will benefit from the basic, unstyled version of the site they are automatically given. The colours used on this site are deliberately designed to be visible by those with the most common forms of colour-blindness.
If you find something on this site is particularly hard to see or read, then please let us know.
customise your browser, not individual websites
Some sites provide features and buttons to help you change the way the site looks. Whilst this seems conveinent it means you have to do it for each site. A better way is to customise your browser so that every site is rendered in a way that best suits your particular preferences.
The BBC provide a very good set of guides for this in their My web, My Way section and rather than repeat all the information here, it would be a good idea to visit those pages and set your browser to your preferences.